Calais Campbell Fantasy Football News 2019

Jaguars DE Calais Campbell (ankle) is active for today's game against the Texans. Campbell managed limited practices Thursday and Friday and reportedly told NFL Network's James Palmer after warmups that he's "good to go." We'd go ahead and use him in IDP lineups in nearly all cases for a high-upside matchup.

Jaguars DE Calais Campbell is questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans. Jacksonville lists him with an ankle injury, which he played through in Week 6. Campbell came away from that game with a new rib injury. Whatever the main ailment, he did put in limited practices Thursday and Friday after sitting out Wednesday. We'll check his status Sunday morning.

The Jaguars have added DL Calais Campbell to the injury report, listing him as questionable against the Patriots with a knee issue. We'll check on his status when the inactives come out later this morning. The matchup already has Campbell well down our DL rankings vs. his usual outlook.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that DE Calais Campbell has decided to sign a 4-year deal with the Jaguars. Wednesday night reports had Campbell likely to sign there, but the Broncos reportedly made a late push for the former Cardinal. Campbell reportedly chose Jacksonville's offer of about $2 million more per year and $6 million more in guaranteed money. (The fact that Florida residents pay no income tax likely factored in as well.) Campbell joins an ascending defense and what could be a stellar line. The Jaguars added DT Malik Jackson in free agency last year, got solid production from rookie DE Yannick Ngakoue and are still waiting on 2015 first-round DE Dante Fowler to reach his potential. Campbell's best IDP days might be behind him, but he should remain at least a solid D-line play in tackle-friendly fantasy football leagues. The Jacksonville team D carries interesting upside in early 2017 fantasy drafts.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell is active for today's clash with the Eagles. He has been out since taking an illegal hit to his right knee against the Broncos in Week 5. Campbell's a top IDP lineman when healthy, but the uncertain status of his knee this week makes him very risky for your fantasy football lineup this week -- especially given the strength of Eagles LT Jason Peters.

Cardinals HC Bruce Arians has deemed DE Calais Campbell a game-time decision for Sunday's matchup with the Eagles. The 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff plus uncertainty about his knee makes Campbell not worth waiting on for many IDP owners. But we'll be tracking his game status on Sunday for those hoping to use him. For what it's worth, Campbell told AZCentral.com that he's optimistic. "If it feels the same way on Sunday as it feels now, then if it's up to me, I'll be playing," he said Friday.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell returned to the field Thursday for the 1st time since an illegal chop block knocked him out of the Week 5 matchup with Denver. He put in a limited practice, which doesn't necessarily mean he'll be ready to face the Eagles. We'll keep an eye on his status this week, but don't be surprised if the Cards ease him back in a bit even if Campbell does return to game action.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell will miss the next 3-4 weeks with a sprained left MCL, according to Kent Somers of AZCentral.  Campbell suffered the injury Sunday when Broncos TE Julius Thomas hit him with an illegal chop block.  Expect Frostee Rucker to start in Campbell's place, which could make him a sleeper play in Week 6.  Arizona faces Washington, which enters the Monday night game allowing the 3rd most DL fantasy points per game.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell is active against the Seahawks tonight, just 4 days after leaving the field on a stretcher.  Campbell was diagnosed with a bruised spine after a scary collision Sunday but he quickly returned to normal action.  He seems fine to use as you normally would in your IDP league.  Check out our Week 7 DL rankings for Campbell's outlook.
A scary collision landed Cardinals DE Calais Campbell on a stretcher and in a hospital before the end of Sunday's loss to San Francisco.  But he flew home with the team Sunday night despite a "bruised spine" and returned to Cardinals facilities today to begin the short week.  Campbell told the Arizona Republic that "everything feels really good" and that he hopes to play Thursday night against Seattle.
Cardinals DE Calais Campbell left the field on a stretcher with an apparent neck injury Sunday after a 4th-quarter collision.  He reportedly experienced numbness and tingling but was able to move his extremities.  He'll be evaluated at the hospital for a specific diagnosis.
12:09pm EST 12/2/12

Cards DE Calais Campbell will miss his 3rd straight game today with a calf injury. Beyond taking out a strong IDP option, that hurts the Arizona team D for fantasy purposes. The Cardinals have tallied just 4 total sacks over the past 3 games. They fell short of 3 sacks just once in the season's 1st 8 games.

11:57am EST 11/18/12

Cardinals DL Calais Campbell is inactive today against the Falcons because of a calf injury.

The Cardinals applied the franchise tag to DE Calais Campbell on Friday. This move comes as no surprise. GM Rod Graves said earlier this off-season that the team would do whatever necessary to keep Campbell from leaving as a free agent. The 6'8 DE enjoyed his best pro season in 2011 and should be considered a fantasy DL1 heading into 2012.

Cardinals GM Rod Graves told a radio audience Thursday that "Calais will be with us, rest assured." DE Calais Campbell is on the verge of unrestricted free agency but apparently won't get a shot to experience the free market. If there's no new deal before March, expect the franchise tag. As long as Campbell doesn't get too comfy with his new riches, also expect him to remain a strong IDP contributor.

 
 
 

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